Did you ever take a look at an advertising slogan or campaign and think, “I could do better”? Have you dreamed of stretching your copywriting legs, but couldn’t find an outlet to channel your creativity? If so, here’s your chance!
The Graduate Studies Office is sponsoring a contest to come up with a new tagline for Dartmouth’s Arts and Sciences Graduate Programs, and we’re asking the community to help us out.
Submitted entries should capture the academic community of Dartmouth, and emphasize the mission of the Graduate Studies program of educating future leaders and creating new knowledge at Dartmouth.
Taglines should also be catchy! Think Nike’s “Just Do It,” DeBeers’ “A Diamond is Forever,” or the U.S. Army’s “Be All that You Can Be”… even our own Thayer School of Engineering’s “The Box Does Not Exist”!
The Graduate Studies Office will judge the entries and select the top three taglines, from which the public will vote to decide a winner. The contest is open to all students, faculty, staff, and friends, and the winning participant will receive a $50 gift card to Canoe Club. Multiple entries per individual are permitted, and can be posted on the Grad Studies Facebook page here. There are no stipulations or rules—just give us your best shot at a slogan that represents graduate programs at Dartmouth!
Any questions? Let us know!